Learn to Crochet The Tulip Stitch Video Tutorial and Stitch Pattern
The tulip stitch is one of my favorite crochet stitches because its so easy but doesn't look easy. The tulip stitch is delicate, feminine, and gets its name from resembling a row of upright tulips (I don't really see it but I didn't name it).
The tulip stitch would be a great crochet stitch for afghans, throws, baby blankets, dishcloths or scarves. I’ve also found that it looks beautiful with a great variety of yarn from 100% cotton to wool and alpaca blends.
This pattern is a one row repeat so its very easy to memorize and works up quickly! The first row is different from the second, so its row 2 that you will repeat throughout.
The Tulip Stitch Pattern
Begin with a chain in multiples of 4.
Row 1: In the third chain from the hook, double crochet. Chain 2, single crochet in the next chain. *Skip 2 chains, work 2 double crochet in the next chain, chain 2, single crochet in the next chain. Repeat from * across. Turn.
Row 2: Chain 2. Skip 1st stitch. In the next chain 2 space, work (2 double crochet, chain 2, single crochet). *Skip 3 stitches. In the next chain 2 space, work (2 double crochet, chain 2, single crochet). Repeat from * across. Turn.
Repeat row 2 until the project is your desired length.
I will be including this stitch in a project I’m soooo excited to share with you all. Until then feel free to learn it for whatever you want to stitch up next.
You can also find the tulip stitch the star of The Eyelet Throw Crochet Pattern.